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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Adapting to Mainstream Lowers African American Diabetes Risk

Trying to find a produce store or a large grocer in an economically depressed neighborhood is about as easy as finding an apple in a candy store.


Lack of access to good nutrition impacts racial and ethnic minorities and recent immigrants disproportionately. 

Poor nutrition combined with higher stress can contribute to other health problems, including type 2 diabetes.

But a new University of Michigan study may help explain how to cope with this stress and perhaps curb some of these health problems.

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